Here are some important law-and-religion news stories from around the web:
- The King of Spain joined a march in Barcelona that condemned terrorism; some of the marchers also carried signs with anti-Islamophobic messages.
- A Wisconsin photographer who refuses to provide services at same-sex weddings has won her challenge to the state’s anti-discrimination laws, although the ruling hinges on the fact that she does not operate a storefront.
- A federal judge in Idaho has ruled that the state’s Department of Corrections must offer prisoners kosher meals.
- An ex-employee of the Kansas Secretary of State has lost her lawsuit in which she alleged that she was fired because she did not attend church.
- Four members of a Christian fundamentalist organization were arrested while trying to transport seven children out of the group’s compound. Several members of the group face allegations of child sex abuse.
- Several religious freedom watchdog organizations say that while the Trump Administration is not enforcing certain controversial laws that target political activity by religious groups and that require employers provide health plans that include contraceptives, the Justice Department is continuing to defend the legality of those laws in court.